Building catches fire after car crash in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood

A man was taken to the hospital after crashing a vehicle into a building in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood Wednesday morning.

SEATTLE — A car crashed into a building in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood Wednesday morning, igniting a fire and causing several roads to be shut down along South Michigan Street.

The Seattle Fire Department tweeted just before 7 a.m. that emergency crews were responding to a car collision into a building near the 700 block of South Michigan Street.

Crews upgraded the incident to a two-alarm fire and were able to extinguish the fire around 7:10 a.m.

Fire officials said a man who

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